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3.1. Synthesis of Biological Macromolecules3.2. Carbohydrates3.3. Lipids3.4. Proteins3.5. Nucleic AcidsFinal Assessment
4.1. Studying Cells4.2. Prokaryotic Cells4.3. Eukaryotic Cells4.4. The Endomembrane System and Proteins4.5. Cytoskeleton4.6. Connections between Cells and Cellular ActivitiesFinal Assessment
5.1. Components and Structure5.2. Passive Transport5.3. Active Transport5.4. Bulk Transport5.5. Key TermsFinal Assessment
6.1. Energy and Metabolism6.2. Potential, Kinetic, Free, and Activation Energy6.3. The Laws of Thermodynamics6.4. ATP: Adenosine Triphosphate6.5. EnzymesFinal Assessment
7.1. Energy in Living Systems7.2. Glycolysis7.3. Oxidation of Pyruvate and the Citric Acid Cycle7.4. Oxidative Phosphorylation7.5. Metabolism without Oxygen7.6. Connections of Carbohydrate, Protein, and Lipid Metabolic Pathways7.7. Regulation of Cellular RespirationFinal Assessment
8.1. Overview of Photosynthesis8.2. The Light-Dependent Reaction of Photosynthesis8.3. Using Light to Make Organic MoleculesFinal Assessment
9.1. Signaling Molecules and Cellular Receptors9.2. Propagation of the Signal9.3. Response to the Signal9.4. Signaling in Single-Celled OrganismsFinal Assessment
10.1. Cell Division10.2. The Cell Cycle10.3. Control of the Cell Cycle10.4. Cancer and the Cell Cycle10.5. Prokaryotic Cell DivisionFinal Assessment
11.1. The Process of Meiosis11.2. Sexual ReproductionFinal Assessment
12.1. Mendel’s Experiments and the Laws of Probability12.2. Characteristics and Traits12.3. Laws of InheritanceFinal Assessment
13.1. Chromosomal Theory and Genetic Linkages13.2. Chromosomal Basis of Inherited DisordersFinal Assessment
14.1. Historical Basis of Modern Understanding14.2. DNA Structure and Sequencing14.3. Basics of DNA Replication14.4. DNA Replication in Prokaryotes14.5. DNA Replication in Eukaryotes14.6. DNA RepairFinal Assessment
15.1. The Genetic Code15.2. Prokaryotic Transcription15.3. Eukaryotic Transcription15.4. RNA Processing in Eukaryotes15.5. Ribosomes and Protein SynthesisFinal Assessment
16.1. Regulation of Gene Expression16.2. Prokaryotic Gene Regulation16.3. Eukaryotic Epigenetic Gene Regulation16.4. Eukaryotic Transcriptional Gene Regulation16.5. Eukaryotic Post-transcriptional Gene Regulation16.6. Eukaryotic Translational and Post-translational Gene Regulation16.7. Cancer and Gene RegulationFinal Assessment
17.1. Biotechnology17.2. Mapping Genomes17.3. Whole-Genome Sequencing17.4. Applying Genomics17.5. Genomics and ProteomicsFinal Assessment
18.1. Understanding Evolution18.2. Formation of New Species18.3. Reconnection and Rates of SpeciationFinal Assessment
20.1. Organizing Life on Earth20.2. Determining Evolutionary Relationships20.3. Perspectives on the Phylogenetic TreeFinal Assessment
21.1. Viral Evolution, Morphology, and Classification21.2. Virus Infection and Hosts21.3. Prevention and Treatment of Viral Infections21.4. Other Acellular Entities: Prions and ViroidsFinal Assessment
22.1. Prokaryotic Diversity22.2. Structure of Prokaryotes22.3. Prokaryotic Metabolism22.4. Bacterial Diseases in Humans22.5. Beneficial ProkaryotesFinal Assessment
23.1. The Plant Body23.2. Stems23.3. Roots23.4. Leaves23.5. Transport of Water and Solutes in Plants23.6. Plant Sensory Systems and ResponsesFinal Assessment
24.1. Animal Form and Function24.2. Animal Primary Tissues24.3. HomeostasisFinal Assessment
25.1. Digestive Systems25.2. Nutrition and Energy Production25.3. Digestive System Processes25.4. Digestive System RegulationFinal Assessment
27.1. Sensory Processes27.2. Somatosensation27.3. Taste and Smell27.4. Hearing and Vestibular Sensation27.5. VisionFinal Assessment
28.1. Types of Hormones28.2. How Hormones Work28.3. Regulation of Body Processes28.4. Regulation of Hormone Production28.5. Endocrine GlandsFinal Assessment
29.1. Types of Skeletal Systems29.2. Bone29.3. Joints and Skeletal Movement29.4. Muscle Contraction and LocomotionFinal Assessment
30.1. Systems of Gas Exchange30.2. Gas Exchange across Respiratory Surfaces30.3. Breathing30.4. Transport of Gases in Human Bodily FluidsFinal Assessment
31.1. Overview of the Circulatory System31.2. Components of the Blood31.3. Mammalian Heart and Blood Vessels31.4. Blood Flow and Blood Pressure RegulationFinal Assessment
32.1. Osmoregulation and Osmotic Balance32.2. The Kidneys and Osmoregulatory Organs32.3. Excretion Systems32.4. Nitrogenous Wastes32.5. Hormonal Control of Osmoregulatory FunctionsFinal Assessment
33.1. Innate Immune Response33.2. Adaptive Immune Response33.3. Antibodies33.4. Disruptions in the Immune SystemFinal Assessment
34.1. Reproduction Methods34.2. Fertilization34.3. Human Reproductive Anatomy and Gametogenesis34.4. Hormonal Control of Human Reproduction34.5. Fertilization and Early Embryonic Development34.6. Organogenesis and Vertebrate Formation34.7. Human Pregnancy and BirthFinal Assessment
35.1. The Scope of Ecology35.2. Biogeography35.3. Terrestrial Biomes35.4. Aquatic Biomes35.5. Climate and the Effects of Global Climate ChangeFinal Assessment
36.1. Population Demography36.2. Life Histories and Natural Selection36.3. Environmental Limits to Population Growth36.4. Population Dynamics and Regulation36.5. Human Population Growth36.6. Community Ecology36.7. Behavioral Biology: Proximate and Ultimate Causes of BehaviorFinal Assessment
37.1. Ecology for Ecosystems37.2. Energy Flow through Ecosystems37.3. Biogeochemical CyclesFinal Assessment
38.1. The Biodiversity Crisis38.2. The Importance of Biodiversity to Human Life38.3. Threats to Biodiversity38.4. Preserving BiodiversityFinal Assessment
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